Assiniboine Lodge, the Naiset Huts Cooking Cabin and the Hind Hut are closed for the season

October 5, 2017
Sky : 
Sunny
Average Field Temperature: 
0C
24 Hour Snow: 
0cm
7 Day Snow: 
20cm
Base Depth (2200m): 
20cm
Hike In / Hike Out Conditions : 

Assiniboine Lodge, the Naiset Huts Cooking Cabin and the Hind Hut are closed for the season.  

The Naiset Huts are open in the off-season, but you need to bring you own compressed fire logs for the woodstoves located inside the hut for heating and bring your own campstove/cooking gear.  You must cook outside.  There is no charge to stay at Naiset during the off-season, but we do ask that you let us know one week in advance if you plan to stay at Naiset.  You are on your own for any emergencies that occur in the off-season.

Assiniboine Provincial Park campgrounds are open in the off-season (there is no charge for off-season camping).  You need to be prepared for winter camping and you are on your own for any emergencies that occur in the off-season.  

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ASSINIBOINE PROVINCIAL PARK

Due the Verdant Creek wildfire some trail closures remain in effect.

Sunshine via Citadel Pass to Assiniboine:  CLOSED

Ferro Pass to Assiniboine:  CLOSED

Mitchell Valley to Assiniboine:  OPEN

Mt. Shark via Bryant Creek and Assiniboine Pass to Assiniboine:  OPEN

Mt. Shark via Bryant Creek and Wonder Pass to Assiniboine:  OPEN

 

We look forward to seeing you winter 2018!